The concrete slab that serves as your home’s foundation is more than just a solid block on the land your home is built on; it also has wires and pipes running through it, including water and sewer main lines and much more. However, the pipes built into your slab could start to leak, creating a serious threat to your home.
Slab leaks can cause immense damage by eroding or eating away at the foundation your home is built on, which could cause slipping, sinking, and even potentially devastating foundation problems that could jeopardize your entire home. When this happens reach out to us for slab leak repair and detection services in San Diego.
When you think you have a slab leak, you need to seek help from a professional quickly, and you shouldn’t hesitate to reach out to a San Diego plumbing specialist as soon as possible at (858) 375-5633.
Foundation shifting, wear and tear on your plumbing, pipe corrosion, or even high water pressure can all contribute to the plumbing in your slab eventually cracking and developing a leak. However, how do you know any of these things have occurred without inspecting your plumbing for itself?
If you suspect you have a slab leak, our Clairemont residential plumbing team can confirm this for you with testing methods that are proven, reliable, and accurate. Once we confirm that you have a slab leak, we can work with you to repair it, stop the damage to your foundation, and keep your home in good condition.
Here at John Padilla Plumbing Inc., we recognize the urgency when you call us because your home has a slab leak. We know how important fast and accurate detection is when dealing with a problem as serious as a slab leak, as even small delays could lead to catastrophic consequences for your most valuable investment. Call John Padilla Plumbing Inc. today to request a San Diego leak detection service as soon as possible if you believe you may have a slab leak.
How do you fix a leaky pipe in your slab? Our team of skilled San Diego plumbers has a few different options available to them.
For smaller issues in pipes that can’t be fixed with re-lining, sometimes you can simply work around the problem by routing the waterline away from the damaged pipe with a few feet exposed above ground. However, this is usually the best option only when needing to replace a few feet.
This involves completely digging up the old line and putting a new one in. While this will put a stop to the leaks, it is intrusive and requires significant cutting into your floors and concrete slab to fix it. Usually, this is a last-ditch effort or reserved for only the most serious issues.
Our highly-trained and friendly San Diego plumbers care for your home as though it were our own, which means showing you the respect, urgency, and quality of workmanship you’ve come to trust us for. We’re proud to be a family-owned and operated business that you’ve come to know and trust.
Let our qualified team handle your slab repair! Contact John Padilla Plumbing Inc.online now to get an estimate of our plumbing services in San Diego.